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a backyard event at a virginia home, there to reintroduce and generate support for the affordable care act, a bill he signed six months ago. the law which officially effect tomorrow allows young adults to stay on their parents' insurance up to the age of 26. insurance companies can no longer drop people when they get sick unless it's a case of fraud. insurers must cover presenttive services such as mammograms and col colon -- colonoscopies. insures can no longer deny coverage for children with preexisting conditions. >> all these things are designed not to have government more involved in healthcare, they're designed to make sure that you have basic protection in your interactions with your insurance company, that you're getting what you pay for. >> one provision in the new law has major insurance companies in california taking drastic measures. anthem blue cross and aetna say they have decided to stop selling children-only policies rather than comply with the law which bars them from rejecting youngster aware preexisting conditions. published reports say that could affect nearly 80,000 ch
a skeptical american public about the benefits of his healthcare reform. he weak from a virginia to highlight those who have been helped by this reform. among them, free preventive care like mammograms and cholesterol screening, coverage for young adults on their parents' health plan until age 26 and coverage for people -- coverage for people when they get sick. >> this is something we could not ignore. we could not ignore it because the cost of healthcare has been escalating faster than just about anything else. >> other big changes such as the requirement to have health insurance and the creation of purchasing pools don't kick in until 2013. even though it was passed months ago a new "associated press" poll reveals 40% are opposed to this and 0% are in favor. democrats -- 30% are in favor. democrats are hoping as that he lorne more about the law that -- learn more about the law that that will grow. >>> grief counselors are on hand after a 17-year-old student was gunned down. police say the unidentified boy was shot and killed around 6:30 last night in the 1200 block of macarthur boulevard.
event at a virginia home, there to reintroduce and generate support for the affordable care act, a bill he signed six months ago. the law which officially effect tomorrow allows young adults to stay on their parents' insurance up to the age of 26. insurance companies an no long drop people when they get sick unless it's a case of fraud. insurers must cover presenttive services such as mammograms and col colon colonoscopies. insures can no longer deny coverage for children with preexisting conditions. >> all these things are design not to have government more involved in healthcare, theyre designed to make sure that you have basic protection in your interactions with your insurance company, that you're gettg what you pay for. >> one provision in the new law has major insurance companies in california taking drast measures. anthem blue cros and aetna say theyave decided to stop selling children-only policies rather tan comply with the law which bars them from rejecting youngster aware preexisting conditions. published reports say that could affect nearly 80,000 children in california cur
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morning. >> distinguished visitors from south carolina. you're the dirt road deed virginias? >> right. >> three here right now? >> two of them. >> honorary member. >> you're just a wannabe? >> right. >> you live on a pavement? >> i live on pavement. >> nice to see you all. welcome. first visit to new york. that's -- good. why don't we all move in >> this weather rt >>> this weather report sponsored by farmers insurance. we are farmers. we are insurance. >>> and that's a quick look at your weather picture on batch of the dirt road divas, back to you. we send it inside to you. >>> at 8:06, it's time for healthwatch. this morning some good news for parents. something as simple as sitting down together with your children may keep them away from smoking, drinking and drugs. a new survey out this morning finds teens who have dinner with the family fewer than three times a week are twice as likely to use tobacco and alcohol and one and a half more likely to smoke marijuana. "the early show" contributor jennifer hartstein, child and adolescent psychologist is here with more. good morning. >>
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